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91. Formation and structure of 360 and 540 degree domain walls in thin magnetic stripes
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 2/10/2012
Authors: Youngman Jang, Samuel R Bowden, Mark Mascaro, John Unguris, Caroline Ross
Abstract: 360˚, 540˚ and other complex transverse domain walls have been created in narrow Co wires connected to injection pads by cycling a magnetic field perpendicular to the wire length. The composite walls, formed by impingement of 180˚ tran ...

92. Influence of Particle Size Distributions on Yield Stress and Viscosity of Cement-Fly Ash Pastes
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 2/1/2012
Authors: Dale P Bentz, Chiara F Ferraris, Michael A Galler, John Guynn, Andrew Hansen
Abstract: The rheological properties of blended cement-based materials depend strongly on mixture proportions and the characteristics of the components, such as cement and fly ash. In this study, design of experiments is used to investigate the influence of t ...

93. Measurements and Modeling Study on a High-Aromatic Diesel Fuel
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/31/2012
Authors: Bret Windom, Marcia L Huber, Thomas J Bruno, A L Lown, C T Lira
Abstract: The increasing cost of diesel fuel, potential for supply disruptions, and environmental concerns have resulted in a great deal of research to improve the performance and efficiency of diesel engines. This includes significant efforts in the reformul ...

94. Fluid properties needed in supercritical transesterification of triglyceride feedstocks to biodiesel fuels for efficient and clean combustion ‹ A review*
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/27/2012
Authors: Gheorghe G. Anitescu, Thomas J Bruno
Abstract: This review is focused on potential synergy between supercritical (SC) fluid properties and processing/combustion of biodiesel fuels. These fuels are the blending additives of choice for petroleum derived diesel fuels (PDDF) due to overall better per ...

95. Liquid Biofuels: Fluid Properties to Optimize Feedstock Selection, Processing, Refining/Blending, Storage/Trasnportation, and Combustion
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/23/2012
Authors: Gheorghe G. Anitescu, Thomas J Bruno
Abstract: As the availability of petroleum based liquid fuels is becoming increasingly problematic, alternative renewable biofuels attract growing R&D and industry interest. The focus is to produce fuels with desired properties in both technically and economic ...

96. Internal Curing - Constructing More Robust Concrete
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/19/2012
Authors: Jason Weiss, Dale P Bentz, Anton Schlinder, Pietro Lura
Abstract: It is often said that there are two types of concrete: concrete that has cracked and concrete that is going to crack. Unfortunately, this is true all too frequently. Many of these unwanted cracks develop shortly after the concrete is placed and in ...

97. Analysis of Early-Age Bridge Deck Cracking in Nevada and Wyoming
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7841
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/17/2012
Authors: Dale P Bentz, Paul E Stutzman, Aaron Richard Sakulich, William Jason Weiss
Abstract: In late 2009, the Echo Wash and Valley of Fire bridge decks were constructed in the Lake Mead National Recreation area in Nevada. Within six months, in early 2010, both decks exhibited considerable transverse cracking, with some cracks extendin ...

98. Comparison of Diesel Fuel Oxygenates with Composition-Explicit Distillation Curve Method Part 4: Alcohols, Aldehydes, and Butanoic Acid
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/2/2012
Authors: Thomas J Bruno, Jessica Lynne Burger, Evgenii Baibourine
Abstract: There is a great deal of interest in formulating oxygenated diesel fuels that produce low particulate emissions. In this paper, the fourth in a series of papers on the properties of mixtures of diesel fuel with oxygenating additives, we present the ...

99. Fine Limestone Additions to Regulate Setting in High Volume Fly Ash Mixtures
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/2/2012
Authors: Dale P Bentz, Taijiro Sato, Igor de la Varga, Jason Weiss
Abstract: High volume fly ash (HVFA) concrete mixtures are being considered more frequently due to their cost and sustainability advantages. While the long term performance of these HVFA concretes typically meets or exceeds that of conventional concretes, the ...

100. Perfluorinated Compounds in American Domestic Cat Serum
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 11/29/2011
Authors: Jessica L Reiner, Andrew B. Lindstrom, Phillip C. Bost, Janice Dye, Jerry Zweigenbaum, Mark J Strynar
Abstract: Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), such as perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), are persistent anthropogenic compounds that are globally distributed. Human exposure to these compounds is evident worldwide, but how this o ...

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